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Anyone who's paid attention to Donald Trump over the years should not be surprised by a leaked video from 2005 that shows the Republican nominee using lewd language while discussing women, Charles Krauthammer says.

"None of this is surprising," Krauthammer said on "Special Report" tonight. "If somebody had asked you about Trump, 'Do you think he talks like this in private?' you would answer, 'Of course, yes.'"

He said the fact that the vulgar comments were captured on tape makes them particularly damning for Trump.

"Once you hear it, it becomes information of a different order," Krauthammer explained.

He likened it to WikiLeaks publishing thousands of hacked emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, which show Clinton touting her "great relations" with Wall Street, and declaring that she wants "open borders" and free trade.

"When you hear her say it, admit it, say it in a speech in public, it becomes evidence," Krauthammer said.

"With her, it's about policy. And with him, it's about temperament and attitude towards women."

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